Sleep disorders are one of the “silent epidemics” in the United States – and across the globe. Sleep problems in adults are rarely publicized and talked about like other disorders, but they affect millions of people in the United States alone. In fact, about 1 in 5 adults regularly have trouble staying asleep due to some type of sleep malady.
There are many types of sleep disorders in adults. Some are relatively minor and are caused by external circumstances or environment, such as too much light or adverse bedroom temperatures. However, there are serious sleep problems that are more chronic in nature. Sleep disordered breathing conditions are a major category of sleep disorders in adults. And at the top of that list is sleep apnea.
Sleep apnea disrupts sleep due to a partial or complete blockage of the nasal cavity, windpipe, mouth – or combination of all three. When this happens, breathing is briefly paused or even stops for minutes at a time! Sleep apnea is directly responsible for lost sleep, which is the cause of many health problems. Just some of these include diminished cell generation, the amplification of pre-existing psychological conditions, and even negatively impacting relationships (as anyone who’s ever dealt with a sleep-deprived partner can attest to).
Faced with such a daunting prospect, what is someone suffering from sleep apnea supposed to do?
Trouble Staying Asleep? CPAP Therapy Might Help
CPAP (continuous positive airway pressure) therapy is a method endorsed by some of the leading medical professionals in the United States. As an alternative to surgery or medication, a CPAP machine helps promote healthy breathing during sleep.
Many people have experienced better sleep and better health with CPAP therapy. Less expensive and more convenient than outdated treatments from yesteryear, using a CPAP machine is the preferred method for the types of sleep disorders in adults related to breathing, particularly sleep apnea.
Get treatment for your sleep disorder today.
The next generation of sleep disorder treatment is already here. Sleep Science Resource LLC offers 3 miniCPAP machines to directly target the cause of obstructive sleep apnea, or OSA. Each device features easy portability, impressive technology and the versatility to excel on the road or at home.
The Transcend® Sleep Apnea Therapy System puts clinically proven and effective therapy in place for those people having trouble staying asleep due to OSA. On top of all the immediate benefits of our miniCPAP machines, we have Comprehensive Compliance Reporting, which keeps a meticulous, detailed history of sleep patterns to help doctors, sleep therapists and others pinpoint and treat other factors that may be contributing to sleep apnea.
Check out our contact page for more information about Sleep Science Resource LLC and our line of miniCPAP machines. To speak with our sleep apnea experts, please call (800) 678-9695. You can also send an email message to info@miniCPAP.com. We’d love to help you today!